Carpe Diem, ladies and gents! This is what everyone should do the next time they’re on vacation.
As part of HelloGiggles’ “Dance Like Nobody’s Watching” series, dancer Angela Trimbur breaks it down in the Los Angeles airport in the baggage claim area. Seize the day, Angela. You’re living life RIGHT.
A video of Deadmau5 rolling through an airport x-ray machine is making the rounds online this morning, though no one knows if he actually did something soooo stupid. Not because they’re convinced that he would avoid something so dangerous (prolonged x-ray exposure ain’t too good on your health) but because you don’t actually see him going into the machine. My guess? They acted out the whole thing and edited in a digital image later. Still, there’s really no reason why he would go to so much trouble to fake it, so perhaps it is real after all… I don’t think you should think too hard about it.
Watch it here
One Direction’s Niall Horan arrived at Dublin’s airport Monday, where he was (obviously) greeted by tons of fans. I could only imagine the excitement and fan-girling going on amongst all the girls, but maybe Niall’s comment went a little too far.
As he passed through the group of girls he said to them: “Remember the last time I walked out here? You shower of c**ts!” Wait, did we hear that right? Celebs, let alone anyone these days should know that pretty much everyone owns a camera phone that can easily capture the moment. Being a teen heartthrob, millions of girls look up to you and can take anything you say completely literal. After Niall’s comment, he seemed to be completely cheerful, happily wishing one of the girls a happy birthday on camera, followed by a thumbs up!
It wasn’t long before the video went viral and there was mixed feelings all over Twitter. Niall tweeted: “really sorry if I caused any offence. It was just banter with fans who I think of more as mates.” He also said in another tweet: “but I understand that it’s not a word I should be using at all.”
We want to hear from you directioners, do you take offence to Niall’s comment or do you think it was out of humour from a slang term?
In the world of celebrity news, there’s no shortage of hits and misses. This week, John Mayer is creepy and hits on Jennifer Lawrence and Justin Bieber feels “disrespected” by fans.
HIT: Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are invading your magazine stand
Garfield is on Nylon Guys, British GQ, i-D and VMan, while Stone has New York Magazine and Vogue, with an extensive spread. They also look adorable together on Teen Vogue. The Teen Vogue interview is a good read as two banter with each other, Stone talks about the stupid questions she gets, and Garfield reveals his man-crush on Ryan Gosling. I may or may not rush into my local Chapters, place all the magazines together, and label that section “OTP.”
MISS: Justin Bieber is rude to fans as he waits for Selena Gomez
While JBiebs’ star shone at the legendary Apollo Theater in New York, the media blew up a scuffle he had with some fans at the airport. Apparently, Bieber was bothered by the number of fans who were asking for his autograph as he waited for Selena Gomez. “I’ve had a long day, I flew in,” said Bieber. “I don’t have to be nicer about it. You guys are in my face.” Bieber was probably having an off day and you have to admit, it must be frustrating to have no privacy. Everybody has those days once in a while!
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Custom officials said he had too much booze and wouldn’t be allowed to take all of it back.
A source told the New York Post’s Page Six: “His entourage was stopped at customs for having too much of the product. So Diddy’s people left a few cases with airport agents.”
It must be sad to give away all that vodka, however at least he can afford it.
Folk-punk band “This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb” released their first single 12 years ago, and have developed a dedicated group of fans since. One fan in particular tagged his bike with a sticker, and learned his lesson the hard way.
According to chartattack.com, the bicycle was discovered bearing a sticker with the band’s name near the passenger ramps at a terminal in Memphis International Airport on Monday. An airport police officer mistook the sticker for an actual threat. The ticketing and baggage claim desks at the terminal were closed down and people were evacuated while a canine unit sniffed around, to no avail.
Other measures were took to ensure the safety of the airport. Traffic was briefly shut down at a portion of the airport, and the owner of the bike was detained an searched by authorities before being released.
This isn’t the first bike mistook for a pipe bomb because of the band’s stickers. There have been similar incidents in Ohio, Texas and Pennsylvania in the past and have resulted in building closures, arrests and destruction of the bikes.
Chartattack.com also posted the band’s reactions to these incidents:
“I was at work and just kind of freaked out,” lead singer/guitarist Ryan Modee told the Pensacola News Journal on Thursday of his reaction to hearing about the incident. “I was like, ‘Oh God, not again. How could this be happening?”
Along with Modee, TBIAPB contains bassist/vocalist Terry Johnson and drummer Teddy Helmick. Their latest album was released last year, entitled ‘Convertible’.
Apple Computer yesterday introduced the Airport Express with AirTunes, a device that lets you wirelessly transmit music from an iTunes compatible computer to a stereo system.
Airport Express includes 802.11g wireless capabilities as well as an Ethernet connection for non-wireless networks. Once setup properly, any user using the new iTunes 4.6 software, can stream their music throughout their home or office.
In addition to streaming your music, Airport Express also lets you wirelessly share your USB printers with any computer on the network.
Airport Express will be available in July for US$129 for both Mac and PC.
Last year we reviewed the SliMP3, which provides a similar product to Airport Express.